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Rosapenna Hotel & Golfresort Opening St. Patrick’s Links in Summer 2021

2021-01-17

Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort located in the Northwest of Ireland (Donegal) is traditionally closed over the winter and will again open for the new season in early April (date to be advised - due to Covid-19 could be later than usual). 

With two world class links courses and another 9-hole-course and a total of 45 holes, extensive practice facilities including a 9-hole-pitch-and-putt course and a 12-hole-Par3-course, a real turf driving range partly with covered bays, the resort is spread out over 1,100 acres in the sleepy fishing village of Downings, Co Donegal. Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort is the largest golf complex in Ireland - and with an opening date of 1893 also the oldest in the world.

In addition to the spectacular existing courses Sandy Hills (2003) and Old Tom Morris (1893), the family owned and operated resort will open a third 18-hole championship links course, named the St. Patrick’s Links, designed by famed American architect Tom Doak in the summer of 2021. More great links courses can be found in the region such as Portsalon, Ballyliffin and Narin & Portnoo.

Also Portstewart, Castlerock and Royal Portrush (all in Northern Ireland) are within easy reach just across the border and can be reached within 1.5 to 2 hours drive along the scenic coastline. This makes Rosapenna Hotel & Golfresort the perfect location to explore Ireland’s Northwest and the Northcoast of Northern Ireland. Many breathtaking sights are within easy reach of the resort such as Doe Castle, Glenveagh National Park, Fanad Head (one of the discovery points of the Wild Atlantic Way) and Horn Head in the Republic of Ireland as well as the famous Giants’ Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery in Northern Ireland – just to name a few examples.

For more information please refer to: www.rosapenna.ie

 

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